On Sunday, June 17, everyone around the world to their social media handles to wish their daddies happy Father’s Day. Celebrities both home and abroad were not left out of the fun of celebrating their fathers and husbands.
Despite the love flowing around, some ladies took to their social media handles to slam all their baby daddies or ex-husbands by accusing them of not being good daddies to their children. This was common amongst famous Nigerian celebrities but it appears they did not care about the opinions of their fans.
Talented Nollywood actress Angela Okorie on Monday, June 18, took to her Instagram handle to slam all those ladies who called out their ex-husbands and baby daddies on social media.
See her post below:
Unfortunately this post did not go down well with Nollywood actress and fashionista, Mercy Aigbe. The beautiful mother of two reacted to this post after some Instagram users tagged her several times on the post.
She said: “Biko stop tagging me oh! Today na special day and I am in my house, cooking jollof rice, I have said my bit, if you don’t like it (Na you sabi) If you have a different opinion, it’s still very OK, you don’t have to agree with me. In fact I am volunteering myself to push that child support law be enforced in Nigeria, a lot of things go wrong in this country just because the society expects you to be quiet it! Later they will be shouting the system has failed us! mscheeeew if I choose to talk about it let me be! You can state your opinion without tagging me e jor nitori olorun (Meaning I take God beg una)”
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Okorie did not end her post there, she further shared a video on Instagram with the caption:
“The fact that you are no longer with your man doesn't make u the father of your child. We are women and we need to be under a man that is how God made it. Respect the future of your child/children. He Is still the father of your child no matter how useless or stupid he is. Making the man irrelevant on social media or trying to bring him down is wrong, sort yourself out and move on because you can't change the fact that he is still the father of your kid or kids.”
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